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Double injury boost for Aston Villa ahead of Unai Emery’s Arsenal comeback

Prior to their Premier League matchup against Arsenal on Sunday, Aston Villa has received a double injury boost as two of its first-team players have resumed training.

Aston Villa manager Unai Emery

For the forthcoming Arsenal match, Aston Villa manager Unai Emery is ready to welcome back Matt Cash and Clement Lenglet.

Lenglet missed the past two games due to a “small problem,” while Cash has been sidelined since suffering a hamstring injury during the March international break.

Nonetheless, both players trained with the team on Friday and may play on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium.

Emery, who managed the Gunners from 2018 to 2019, provided an update: “Today we recovered with some players, and tomorrow we will train.” Today, Lenglet and Cash participated in group training.

“We’ll work again tomorrow and assess their level of comfort. Then, ahead of Sunday, we will decide on the players tomorrow.”

Villa defeated Lille 2-1 in Thursday’s Europa Conference League quarterfinal, but Douglas Luiz will miss the next two games because of a two-match ban. For the remainder of the season, Boubacar Kamara and Jacob Ramsey are out of commission.

Emery, who won the December matchup against his former team, is adamant that previous performance will not affect this weekend’s matchup.


As Bukayo Saka questioned, experts concurred on their prediction for Arsenal vs. Aston Villa.

Arsenal will face European football-chasing Aston Villa looking for their 23rd victory of the year.

Mikel Arteta and Unai Emery

Before Aston Villa’s visit to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, three commentators predicted that Arsenal would easily defeat them.

In order to increase their chances of winning the title next month, the Gunners will want to win it for the third time in a row. Second-place Liverpool is tied on points, but Mikel Arteta’s team has a superior goal differential.

Vill, in fifth position, has to do well in order to keep their hopes of playing in the Champions League alive. They are tied for fourth position with Tottenham, who have a superior goal differential, after losing to Manchester City and drawing at Brentford, respectively.

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